Sunday, November 29, 2009

New School Opens in Michigan!

Michigan recently opened a new college; Med Grow Cannabis College. This college runs on a six-week program and will cost $485 to attend. It was opened by a 24-year-old that thinks that pot-growing can stimulate Michigan's economy and bring jobs to many people that remain unemployed. The program covers everything from growing techniques to pot-food recipes. They offer continuing education which includes workshops once a month, so that alumni can stay up-to-date on the latest techniques. Their curriculum includes classes in cannabis history, legal education, horticulture, cannabis as medicine, cooking, and caregiving.


Med Grow Cannabis College website:
Newser Article:

Check it out and let me know what you think!
Do you think this will happen in Ohio in the future? If so, how long do you think it will take?

Till next time,


  1. I think this proves my point regarding we the people catching on to the lies regarding cannabis prohibition that have been exposed. Over time people are catching on. This cultivation school in Michigan shows that this industy can be legite, but the common perception by the DEA is that they are threatened by this because the more lienient the US govornment gets on cannabis laws, the more likely many of these agents will be out of jobs because they aren't needed or they can be used in other more useful area regarding violent crimes......

  2. As I have said in the past, to debate this issue of changing the law with a prohibitionist member of law enforcement is the same thing as debating saving the environment or trees with a tree logger. Its ineffective because they don't care about saving trees or keeping drugs off the streets. They simply protect their jobs. Who wants to lose their job? Do I think Ohio will follow Michigan's actions and how soon? Yes I do think Ohio will eventually follow, but it will only happen sooner if enough people make an impact with this issue. Ohio has activists like Tonya Davis and with enough support for this issue the failed drug laws adapted by Ohio can be changed.